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Museo Picasso Málaga (Picasso Museum)
Picasso, native son of Malaga, is celebrated in the heart of the old town, very close to where the great master was born. Exhibits chart his progress from the late 19th century until his death in 1973. Peruse over 200 works, which include sculptures made from clay, plaster, and sheet metal, sketches, and masterpieces from his Cubist period. Take a coffee break in the courtyard café.

Carmen Thyssen Málaga Museum
Continue your museum tour at this 16th century palace, which houses an extensive collection of 19th century Spanish and Andalusian art. Featured artists include Joaquín Sorolla y Bastida and Romero de Torres.

Málaga Cathedral
The awe-inspiring architecture of this elaborate Renaissance cathedral was started in the 16th century on the site of the former main mosque. One of the two bell towers was never completed, earning the structure its nickname, La Manquita (The One-Armed Lady). Details include an impressive domed ceiling soaring 40 m high, vast colonnaded nave houses, and religious art. Take a guided tour up to the roof for unforgettable panoramic views of the city.

Alcazaba, Gibralfaro, and the Roman amphitheatre
The rich history of the city is encapsulated here, so definitely include this stop on your itinerary. Alcazba is an 11th century fortress built by Arab rulers which looms over the skyline from a hilltop. The archaeological museum inside displays both Roman and Moorish artifacts. Rising above the fortress is the Gibralfaro castle, built in the 14th century, and at the foot of the hill is a Roman amphitheatre dating back to 1BC and offering stunning views of the sea and the city. Take a stroll through the lush gardens, full of palms, fragrant jasmine, orange trees, and colorful bougainvillea.

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